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Vol 4, No 3 (May 1951) Brushland Management in California.  PDF
D.W. Hedrick
 
Vol 53, No 2 (March 2000) Grazing effects on spring ecosystem vegetation of California's hardwood rangelands. Abstract  PDF
B. Allen-Diaz, R.D. Jackson
 
Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) Hydrologic response of diverse western rangelands. Abstract  PDF
F.B. Pierson, K.E. Spaeth, M.A. Weltz, D.H. Carlson
 
Vol 8, No 2 (March 1955) Vegetational Changes During Biological Control of Klamath Weed.  PDF
A.H. Murphy
 
Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) Influence of grazing on channel morphology of intermittent streams. Abstract  PDF
M.R. George, R.E. Larsen, N.K. McDougald, K.W. Tate, J.D. Gerlach, K.O. Fulgham
 
Vol 55, No 4 (July 2002) Monitoring a half-century of change in a hardwood rangeland. Abstract  PDF
K.L. Heise, A.M. Merenlender
 
Vol 54, No 3 (May 2001) Antelope bitterbrush seed production and stand age. Abstract  PDF
C.D. Clements, J.A. Young
 
Vol 12, No 3 (May 1959) Rate of Twig Elongation of Chamise.  PDF
T.E. Bedell, H.F. Heady
 
Vol 14, No 5 (September 1961) Drilling Wheatgrass into Sprayed Sagebrush In Northeastern California.  PDF
B.L. Kay, J.E. Street
 
Vol 54, No 1 (January 2001) Variations in soil moisture content in a rangeland catchment. Abstract  PDF
R. Salve, B. Allen-Diaz
 
Vol 16, No 2 (March 1963) Comparative Forage Values of California Oatgrass and Soft Chess.  PDF
H.F. Heady, J.F. Cooper
 
Vol 53, No 6 (November 2000) Use of digital surface model for hardwood rangeland monitoring. Abstract  PDF
P. Gong, G.S. Biging, R. Standiford
 
Vol 12, No 2 (March 1959) A Ten-Year Study of Vegetational Changes Associated with Biological Control of Klamath Weed.  PDF
C.B. Huffaker, C.E. Kennett
 
Vol 53, No 6 (November 2000) Impacts of western juniper on plant community composition and structure. Abstract  PDF
R.F. Miller, T.J. Svejcar, J.A. Rose
 
Vol 56, No 5 (September 2003) Characterization of diversity among 3 squirreltail taxa. Abstract  PDF
T.A. Jones, D.C. Nielson, J.T. Arredondo, M.G. Redinbaugh
 
Vol 9, No 1 (January 1956) Range Improvement in California by Seeding Annual Clovers, Fertilization and Grazing Management.  PDF
W.A. Williams, J.P. Love
 
Vol 53, No 5 (September 2000) Flow processes in a rangeland catchment in California. Abstract  PDF
R. Salve, T.K. Tokunaga
 
Vol 56, No 5 (September 2003) Spatial and temporal patterns of cattle feces deposition on rangeland. Abstract  PDF
K.W. Tate, E.R. Atwill, N.K. McDougald, M.R. George
 
Vol 8, No 3 (May 1955) Recent Trends in Range Improvement on California Foothill Ranges.  PDF
L.T. Burcham
 
Vol 53, No 4 (July 2000) To ranch or not to ranch: home on the urban range? Abstract  PDF
R.H. Liffmann, L. Huntsinger, L.C. Forero
 
Vol 15, No 2 (March 1962) Reproductive Potential of Four Annual Range Grasses As Influenced by Season Of Clipping Or Grazing.  PDF
J.V. Stechman, H.M. Laude
 
Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) The relationship between climate and Rothrock sagebrush colonization patterns. Abstract  PDF
K.M. Bauer, E.L. Berlow, C.M. D'Antonio
 
Vol 53, No 3 (May 2000) Cryptosporidium parvum transport from cattle fecal deposits on California rangelands. Abstract  PDF
K.W. Tate, E.R. Atwill, M.R. George, N.K. McDougald, R.E. Larsen
 
Vol 55, No 6 (November 2002) Viewpoint: the ecological value of shrub islands on disturbed sagebrush rangelands. Abstract  PDF
W.S. Longland, S.L. Bateman
 
Vol 14, No 1 (January 1961) The Use of Molasses to Increase the Utilization of Rank, Dry Forage and Molasses-Urea as a Supplement for Weaner Calves.  PDF
K.A. Wagnon, H. Goss
 
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